Meet MWH's
RACHAEL BISNETT

Careers - Rachael’s Story
 Engineering Rocks
Rachael’s Story
Engineering Rocks
Rachael’s mother is a civil engineer, so from an early age, Rachel was exposed to engineering and hydropower. She originally pursued structural engineering, but then switched to geotechnology, a combination of geology and engineering. After interning with the company while in graduate school, Rachael made the transition to a full-time position when she earned her degree.
Careers - What Rachael Does
 Geotechnical Engineer
What Rachael Does
Geotechnical Engineer
Rachael begins her day by checking with the field staff to see if they have any major concerns that need to be addressed. Then, with her group, she performs design calculations for new projects and supports the overall delivery of those projects. There’s always more to learn, and Rachael appreciates her colleagues’ open-door policy and technical guidance.
 
 
“If I have a question or need technical mentoring, there’s always someone who’s been there before who’s willing to offer guidance and support.”
 
“If I have a question or need technical mentoring, there’s always someone who’s been there before who’s willing to offer guidance and support.”
 
 
“We’ve developed this great team of people who understand how to perform and deliver big, complex projects. That sets the stage for us to be able to go after the next Panama Canal.”
 
“We’ve developed this great team of people who understand how to perform and deliver big, complex projects. That sets the stage for us to be able to go after the next Panama Canal.”